Gluco Life ® : Natural Supplement For Diabetes Management

glucoGluco Life ® is a nutraceutical formulation that was researched and developed based on scientific properties of a blend of ingredients with activity for preventing and managing elevated blood glucose and diabetes-associated complications.

Nutritional Health for Diabetes: Diabetes arises as a result of the body’s inability to adequately cope with high blood glucose levels. In non-diabetic individuals, food consumption leads to the secretion of appropriate quantities of insulin, a hormone produced in the pancreas that is secreted into the bloodstream.  Insulin is required for the body to use convert glucose (sugar) from food into energy.  In individuals with type 2 diabetes, excessive intake of carbohydrates creates a high demand for insulin; however, inadequate insulin production by the pancreas and resistance to the effects of insulin leads to sustained and high levels of glucose in the blood (hyperglycemia).  The more uncontrolled the blood sugar levels are, the higher the risk and severity of complications, which include kidney damage, cardiovascular disease, eye disease and skin and mouth condition. A healthy diet including adequate intake of essential nutrients can make all the difference for keeping blood sugar levels under control and preventing diabetes-associated complications.

Scientific basis for Gluco Life ® Contains plant-derived products that are scientifically proven to have beneficial effects in regulating blood glucose levels, improving insulin responses, and reducing multi-organ inflammation that is associated with hyperglycemia in type 2 diabetes.



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